Advance Book Review: Viral by Helen Fitzgerald

When a video of Su in a nightclub in Magalouf goes viral it destroys everything adoptive mother Ruth, also a Sheriff in Doon, has worked for. The price paid by the family is too high to fathom and the resulting desire for revenge mounts as Su refuses to come home and Ruth is determined to fight for her and everything they have lost. Ultimately it’s a question of what defines mother and daughter.

I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I read the description of this book but it had such an intriguing premise and interesting implications legally that I was hooked. I think at the heart of this novel is the story about bonds of a family and what each member means to the other.

I could not put this book down and read it in one sitting, a definite must-read. Viral is available for pre-order and will be released on 2nd February 2016.

Links To Book:
Amazon UK
Amazon US



  1. That reminds me of an incident in high school. Word got out that a certain boy had been caught doing a certain shameful thing, and the entire student body turned out to mock and jeer at him. Later it was learned that the initial report wasn’t true.
    Your personal life going viral is an unsettling thought.


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